The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1954 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 21, 1954
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P. & P. W, Hosts A -district meeting .of Business & Professional Women Clubs wll; be held in Algona Sunday at the VFW Hall, The business session will start at 9:30 a.m. followed by a banquet at 12:30 o'clock. It is expected that over 100 members irom nine clubs will attend. 6-Algona (Id.) Upper Pea Molnea Tuesday, September 21, 1934 White Way At ~~ Swea Promised For Franchise Swea City—A little give and take between the town counci! of Swea City arid the Interstate Power Co. ,at a special meeting • last week' appeared to work out hicely' for, both groups. The, council made the .initial move toward passage of an ordinance to grant a 25 year franchise to the power company, and the power company in turn agree; 1 to provide Swea City With a new "White Way." The latter matter had b?en under study by the council for some time. The "White Way" will depend on the outcome of the franchise election, it was pointed out. Interstate hasjbeen furnishing light pnd power to Swea City for about 20 years, and the old franchise Still has five.years to go. The new street lights would extend from the depot to the P.W. Larson corner, and also along highway 9. and would cost an estimated $10,000. There would be 22 fluorescent lights with nine vapor mercury fixtures. The election has 'been set for Oct. 14 on the new franchise. Burt Hi School Classes Elect Burt—Class officers for Burt high were elected last week with the following students named .to i office: Freshmen — LaDell Olson, president; Shirley Ackerman, vice president; Judy^Woltz, secretary treasurer; Barbara Dremmel and Gary Norman, student council. Ray IKnen is sponsor. Sophomores — Toni Angus, ' president; Andrew Harms,': vice president; Alice Thompson, secretary - treasurer; Edith Smith and Norman Mitchell, student council. Wallace Roscoe ' is spo.nsor. Juniors — Ellen Stewart, president; Wendell Wjllrett, vice president; Beverly Christensen,.secretary -treasurer; iMary Carlson and Barrell Davis, student council. Calvin Stone and Mrs Rachel Heald are sponsors. Seniors — Donald Riebhoff president;' Barbara Fairbanks, vice president; Jerry Davis, secretary -treasurer;'Velma Groen and /John Thompson, student council. Supt. W. B. Officer is class sponsor. ' Irvington Ideals Elect Officers The Irvington Ideals met at the home of Jo Ann Klemm, Sept. 11, with 17 members; , Talks were given by Judy Frideres and Jo Ann Klemm. The Ideals elected officers. They are the following: •President, Bonnie; Froehlich; vice president,, Carol Frideres; historian and photographer, Virginia Klein; secretary, Wilrriu Brown; reporter, Jo Ann Klemm; treasurer, Judy Frideres. The Irvington Ideals supplied entertainment for the Farm Bureau meeting, Wednesday, Sept. 15, at the Center School House. A skit was presented by Betty Wickwire, Karen Seller, Delores and Virginia Klein, and another skit was presented by Joan Urch and Virginia Simons. Fire Prevention Day Set For Sept. 30 Here Fire Prevention Day in Algona will be Thursday, September 30. This is a grand kick-off for Nat L ional Fire Prevention Week which starts Oct. 3rd. This project is being sponsored jointly by Bureau' 9,. composed of insurance men, realtors, and bankers, of the Algona Chamber of Commerce and the Algona Fire Department. There will be approximately 20 representatives of various insurance bompanies, members of the Iowa State Fire Prevention Association, in Aigona. These men are qualified fire inspectors. With the assistance of members of the Algona Fire Department and the Boy Scouts,, who have previously been trained for fire disaster work, they will make a complete inspection of all the business dis- ^rict, schools and churches. Home fire inspection sheets will be issued to the "students in school. They will be asked to make an inspection in th,eir own home and fill out the form and •turn it in. Ira Kohl and Glair Blossom are co-general chairmen. Other committee heads are: Ted Herbst and Al.Buchanan, noon luncheon; Bill Zimmerman, publicity; E.'H. Hutchins, fire prevention posters: Bob LaBarre, inspection sheets for school children; Chuck Paxson, film in school; Everett Barr, Boy Scout inspectors. STEEL DESKS Wesley Girls Win A Trip Wesley—Joan Nelson, daughtei of Mr and Mrs Orville Nelson and Jane Tegtmeyer, daughter oi Mr and Mrs Clarence Tegtmeyer, won a 4-H trip to the International Livestock Show in Chicago from station KGLO. They were the blue ribbon 4-H demonstration team in the North Iowa Fair contest. They will gu on a special train with other winners. LuVerne Square Dancers On TV LuVerne — The Happy Chaps square dance group from Lu- Verne were presented on KGLO TV Thursday evening and much enjoyed by their many friends here. Attending weie Messers and Mesdames Glen Braynard. Carl Ilanselman, John Skogmo Allyn Brink, Irvin Chapman, Bernard Wolf, Bryce A. Wickett, Claire Champine, Charles Brown and Lloyd Swanson of Renwick Glen Braynard called for the local group, on their TV program Burt, Lone Rock Win Sectionals Burt and Lone Rock moved to semi-final berths in the fall sectional baseball tournament at Bancroft with wins Monday afternoon. Semi-final games wore held this afternoon (Tuesday), with St John's meeting Ledyard, and Burt tangling with Lone Rock Burt downed Lakota, 11-2, and Lone Rock thumped Woden, 12-8, during the doubleheader Monday. Finals will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3, with today's winners to meet for the right to advance to district competition. Mr and Mrs Ulmont Reese of Des Moines visited briefly at the Vernon Smith home, Saturday while enrpute to northern Minne- so\jt for a vacation. Ulmont was born and lived on their farm until he graduated from high school. Steel Files Steel Counters 4 • AVAILABLE AT YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. Office Supply Dept. Phone 1100 Algona •K The Newest in Fashion •K The finest in Fabric •fc Fleeces, Plaids, Tweeds and Checks -K All Sizes £ Toddlers, Childrens, Sub-Teen and Juniors * All Prices ELVA & JESSIE'S North of Sorensen Grocery Speeding Fines For Five Here Five persons paid fines ln 4 or Linda Clapsaddle's court dur ing the past week, four as A re* suit of speeding' violatidns. ' , Speed violators, each assessed $5 and costs, Were Willard D, Crail and Kathryn Isaacson, Algona, Richard Shellmyer, Whittemore, and Norman" C. Edge, Hurnboldt. Henry Bruhn, Cylinder, paid the same amount for going through a red light. flhyo accidents were Investigated durifig-the, same period, Cm drive* by derald T. FraMkl, Algeria, and Gferhart F. Btfege; mk* heatjpliv collided at' the eorrM of D&dge'arid. Gall is.' itom^m the post office. caUsing- estlrnafetf damage of. $26 to -the ' Ff artkl vehicle, aftd $150 to'the JSoetfe car, " - • • r . A truck, driven by George Offerman, Sleepy Eye, Minn,, and a car driven by Sim'Leigh, Irvin- ton, collided at • the corner of Jones and State streets, and re- 1 suited in $60 damage to the Leigh car. •• • <r Ensilage CuJttr Mangles Finger assfstini neighbors ,Fiir silo' bn the 'Fred Merkle faftn ftte'sday afterrioon, Donald Kruse suffered a painful injttry to his left hand. , " ' ; His infddle finger was c'aught in the cogs of the ensilage cutter. His father Fred Kruse took him immediately to, the .Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge for medical attention. • " flaring complications, they thlhk they i*6ft save ,tn£ finger which wtts badly niafiagied, ' J -« •• . , n . . „<,.,.• -, ^ friddurity '. Merman Studer, Kossuth County chairman of the" savings bonds division, ' reported this week that purchases, during August- in' the 1 county amounted to $61,393. The eight-month total for ,1954 now stands at $1,661,427 for 73% of the annual quota. , ' Total sales of series ,E and It bonds" ift: this state during the same period were $10,871,420, bringing the elght-mo'nth figure 16 $108,730,303 for 78% of the 1064 Hblak' "•>"> • ;f- >,.........•..•• , ,' rr.ti Tommy Hudson tommy kudsdiC VCM olWtl , ftftd fctes FMd Hudsdn of Al- S&fltt, is 4 polio patient at Lu-, theran hospital, Fott Dod^e. H«' does hoi hftve the bulbar type, fortunately, and hat haw been cut ei ihfes days, but it still is the hdipltaJ, , ' ,, % Jean Kity Homeland, dau« ' ,6f , LuVetfla, - is a poH<5 patient at P6rt , She f«; IB months old. ,. , •• . ....« i, A/..-.'. • !ft- the ^dwafd' Haskwell family of Mfisseha: IHefre'l just flye years dlffeteflee, •"-••*•• ,-,—. - rnembers famllyi''-Mr Haskwell is five years oldeeithafl-hisswif^. then,, their dldes!.child' Marilyn is 25| Edward'JlJ 20, Gene is 15, Joan is 10 and Susan, five. /* * ™! OTHIERS » THE HUB CLOTHIERS • THE HUB CLOTHIERS • THE HUB WE'RE THE PflCE FOR FALL! Shapes! New Shades! IN HATS BY LEE AND DOBBS There's a new lilt to the brims, a new face-flattering appearance to the 1954 fall headpieces turned out bv famous LEE and DpBBS. New'Welted or raw edge brims in just the width you want. Rich browns and glowing greys. Get under .one now! 750 I UP A THRILLING NEW STOCK OF SUITS! flf Take the new two-piece soft-finish woolen suit on the tall fellow here. It's tailored in an easy-fitting, natural looking silhouette with the new slightly rittr- rower lapels — very handsome on! Or take the one on the little fellow — rich charcoal grey or blue with just the hint of a splash pattern! Just two of many at the Hub, ready now for your fall choosing. Casual, Comfy Colorful Topcoats And they're not really just topcoats, for these are coats that take you all (-through winter — m, comfortable ' weights for quick w e a t h e r changes. Tailored for the most part in the balmacan , style with easv sleeves, easy collar style, and easy fit over-all. A stunning array of tweed-like fabrics, and your more conservative coats, too! •. New Brogues Male feet shod in Frecmans or Wey- enbcrps are the smartest turned out fuel of all! For the<;e two makers take the richest of leathers and turn them into walking wonders like the masterful wing-tip shown below. A host of dress and casual styles for your fall choosing, now! LEUTHflLDOTJAMS ALGONA,IOWA

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